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Daily update: ACT’s Corbell to rally states on renewable targets

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ACT’s Corbell to rally states on renewable target; Australia opens largest solar farm, but solar future clouded; FRV says Australia solar pipeline worthless if RET changed; Interview with Simon Corbell; Coal industry should pay for costs to human health; Which will be first Oz Zero Net energy town?; With solar and storage, do energy markets need regulation?; Electricity grid go the way of sharing economy?; and how the IPCC is sharpening its language on climate change.
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ACT Energy Minister Simon Corbell intends to rally state governments to implement their own renewable energy policies should the Abbott government adopt the ‘dismal” recommendations of the Warburton review
Australia’s largest solar farm opened south of Canberra, but innovation in ACT threatens to be overshadowed by federal backflips on renewables.
Spain’s FRV says “extreme” views and RET Review making Australia less attractive for investment, but coal cannot  deliver cheap energy over long term.
Australia’s most progressive energy minister on wind auctions, solar NIMBYs, storage options, the ‘dismal’ RET review and options for the states.
Climate Council and health group call on fossil industry to fund accurate monitoring of coal pollution and its impact on human health.
One NSW town has already expressed interest in becoming Australia’s first 100% renewable, and zero net energy town. Formal applications now open.
Regulators in California, like those in NY and Hawaii, have realise that business as usual is not going to cut it in the future.
Could the electricity grid be next to go the way of a sharing economy?
The wording of the IPCC report around how climate is changing more decisive, and evidence is stronger too than than previous report.

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